EuroCup Women: Dynamo Dazzle In Rout Of Hapoel Hatikva

12 November 2009

Dynamo Moscow stamped their authority on proceedings early on and cruised to a 109-60 victory over Hapoel Hatikva Tel Aviv on Thursday night in the EuroCup Women.

The Russian outfit stormed out to a 30-21 lead in the Group G contest by the end of the first quarter and extended that to 56-32 by half-time.

They thrashed the Israeli outfit the rest of the way.

11. Marina Kuzina (Dynamo)
Marina Kuzina had an impressive double double in the Moscow win

Russia international Marina Kuzina had 24 points and 12 rebounds for Dynamo.

In another Group G encounter, Dunav Econt Ruse edged LMK SBC SF. Gheorghe 76-70 in Rouse, Bulgaria.

Florina Diacona poured in 24 points in defeat for the visitors.

ZKK Medvescak prevailed in a close Group B encounter against Dexia W Namur, 82-78.

5. Donnette Snow (Dynamo Kursk)
Donnette Snow made an easy transition from sunny Salamanca to Kursk and helped her team with 17 pts and 12 rbs

Iva Badanjak's two free-throws late in the fourth quarter snapped a 75-75 tie to put the Croatian outfit in front to stay.

Badanjak finished with an impressive 17 points and 14 rebounds while Jennifer Fleischer poured in 21 points and hauled in 10 rebounds in defeat.

In Group F, Turkish outfit Besiktas JK won 80-62 at Chevakata in Vologda, Russia.

Leading just 38-36 at half-time, Beskitas outscored their hosts 20-10 in the third quarter and ended up winning by 18.

Nykesha Sales poured in 25 points for Besiktas.

Slovakia giants Ruzomberok claimed an impressive 75-56 triumph at Lemminkainen in Group C.

Klaudia Lukacovicová poured in 26 points and hauled in 12 rebounds for the Slovakian team.

In Group H, Dynamo Kursk prevailed 58-42 over Samsun Basketball with former Halcon Avenida star Donnette Snow's 17 points and 12 boards leading the way.

KV Imperial AEL got 14 points and 14 rebounds from Marissa Little and defeated Municipal Targoviste 88-75 in Limassol.

Olga Ovcharenko scored 26 points for Russian outfit Nadezhda as they clinched a 90-64 victory over Botas Sport in Group I.


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